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Re: MI424-WR rev I MOCA Bridge Problem
I guess I don't understand how my second one is trying to act like a second WAN. Those are the instructions I used when I set up my Rev. C and it works fine. I used the same configuration settings on the Rev. I and then replaced the Rev. C with it but it fails. There must be some setting I'm missing on the new Rev. I
| I have a Moca-Moca bridge with two MI-424WR Rev. I routers and, unfortunately, throughput is still limited to 100Mbps. Actiontec connection status reports 200Mbps full duplex (port 5 is Moca), but I never see more than 100Mbps in either direction. While the Actiontec has gigabit Ethernet ports, it appears that the device's internal MoCA chip is bridged to those ports at 100Mbps.|
I have only bridged the Moca connection to the LAN (switch) ports. I suppose it is possible that bridging to the wan port could produce a different result, but that is not something I have tested. I'm not certain that is even possible.
Edit: Throughput was limited due to a cabling issue. With a new network cable, I see 17.3MBps (~140Mbps) between bridged MI-424WR Rev. I devices.
Thanks for the info and screen shot. I'm not trying to do a WAN bridge, just to the LAN ports. Disappointing to hear that it will still be limited to 100 Mbps.
Please disregard the post above about the 100Mbps limit. It was a cabling issue. There is indeed a significant benefit to using two MI-424WR Rev. I devices in a bridge configuration.
I am seeing 17.0-17.3 MBps (~140Mbps) throughput with two MI-424WR Rev. I devices in bridge mode. In contrast, I rarely saw more than 11.0-11.3 MBps (~80-90Mbps) with the Westell and earlier versions of the MI-424WR.